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design, screen printing

Recent Happenings

I have not felt like writing a blog post in a while. It just hasn’t been happening naturally because I haven’t had the time to sit and think about my days at all.The holiday shopping season is the busiest time of the year for me, and it seems to start earlier and earlier each year. …

design, interiors, small business

Wanna See My New Studio?

Do you? Do you, do you, do you? It really does not matter if your answer to the above question is ‘no’. I am absolutely and totally in love with my new workspace and am going to share it with you anyway. A little backstory first… For ten years I have worked from home, screen …

art, Travel

Seeing Frida Kahlo in Brooklyn

The title of this blog makes it seem as though I managed to catch a glimpse of the artist posthumously floating along the streets of Brooklyn. Most unfortunately, this wasn’t the case at all. I visited the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum a couple of weekends ago. It has taken me this long …

design, screen printing

The SS18 Collection in progress

This week I finally started screen printing for Spring/Summer 2018. I had been itching to start ever since the boxes of shirts started arriving on my doorstep a few weeks ago, but I have been sick and germy. I’ve ordered more shirts and onesies than ever this year; I’m doing more markets than usual, and …

Travel

Playtime in NYC

– This blog post was written in pieces over the weekend. However, it could only go live this morning. Hope it still makes (relative) sense! I am starting to write this from a hotel room in Manhattan. I have just eaten a really nice dinner, taken a long bath, and watched a movie BY MYSELF. …

art and design, balance, BLOGGING, crafter, creativity, design, education, fairs and markets, inspiration, motivation, multitasking, planning, schedule, small business, Uncategorized, work ethic, working from home

A Blog About Not Blogging

It has been a looooooong time since I last blogged. Blogging is like exercising, once you get out of a pattern it is really difficult to get back into it. Somehow,┬ásomething always comes up that needs to get done first. Laundry, errands, phone calls, the third season of Lillehammer on Netflix…hmm. I read somewhere that, …

art and design, creativity, design, education, family, inspiration, kids, learning, parenting, Play, small business, summer camp, teaching, working from home

Self Portraits, Sundaes, and Silly Games

Another week of camp has passed, and I’m getting ready for my final, glorious week of teaching before I depart for the UK, and a month of rest and relaxation. I would really like to write a lengthy and descriptive post, like I did last week, but to be honest I’m tired. Knackered – to …

2013, art and design, British Indian, crafter, creativity, design, family, inspiration, kids, lists, motivation, multitasking, obstacles, operate by interruption, parenting, planning, schedule, small business, textile design, Uncategorized, work ethic, working from home

Toast, Monkeys and Neon Shirts

It has been a week for toasting monkeys (see the definition for ‘monkey-toasting’ here). In between all the chores, administrative work, and carting kids around to various appointments, I did actually manage to get a large chunk of printing done (giving myself a virtual pat on the back as I type this). I have started …

art and design, crafter, design, illustration and books, inspiration, parenting, planning, small business, textile design, Uncategorized, working from home

Happy New Yarn/ Letting go

Well I had really hoped to send out a blog on New Year’s day. You know the kind: full to the brim with good intentions, motivational, packed with resolutions, and maybe with a snappy pep talk included for the year ahead. It never happened. Why? Well, New Year’s day turned out to be a little …

art and design, crafter, design, inspiration, small business, Uncategorized, working from home

‘Little Spotty Jug’ or ‘Happy Holidays’

  This is me signing off until after Christmas.┬áJust wanted to wish any readers out there a very happy holiday season. The picture above is of a very lovely little, spotty jug that was given to me at my last holiday fair. I struck up a friendship with a potter, who had the booth behind …

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